I was able to put together just over two hours of five minute subs to come up with this image. Still very little nebula data to work with and the warm weather limits noise reduction but better results than I had two years ago. The Crescent Nebula is a faint emission nebula in the constellation of Cygnus. Shining at magnitude +7.4 and around 5000 light years out, it will require at least an 8″ telescope to see anything visually. In this photo I am only getting the brightest parts in the visual light range.